Dr Elizabeth Kent BSc, ClinPsyD

School of Psychology
Clinical Tutor and Overseas Selection Tutor

Contact details

School of Psychology
University of Birmingham
B15 2TT

The Clinical Tutor role includes liaison with placement providers within the NHS and third sector, organizing placements, training supervisors and working with all parties if any difficulties occur. In addition Elizabeth is involved in coordinating the appraisal tutor and personal tutor systems, organizing Clinical Presentations and reflective practice groups. More recently she has become involved in selection to the ClinPsyD course with regard to candidates applying from Overseas.


  • BSc Psychology
  • ClinPsyD
  • Systemic Practitioner


Dr Elizabeth Kent worked with individuals with a learning disability and those experiencing eating distress before taking on her role of Clinical Tutor with the Clinical Psychology Course.


Main teaching areas include reflective practice, models of supervision, supervision in general, preparation for placement and communications skills training. Coordinator of systemic teaching on the ClinPsyD.


Research interests include qualitative methodologies, eating distress, the patient experience, systemic thinking.